Typekit Help: A quick guide and some updates to our documentation
You may already be familiar with our Help documentation; we link to it routinely here on the blog, since it’s where we keep up-to-date information about how Typekit works and how you can make changes to your account.
We’ve just moved all the content to a new area in Adobe’s help documentation, so we’re taking the opportunity to walk through it a bit today.
What will I find in this documentation?
We’re also keeping typekit.com/help exactly as it is; check it out for a broad overview of all our support topics, educational resources, and troubleshooting guides.
Why did you move the content?
As Typekit becomes more deeply integrated with other Adobe applications, sometimes customers looking for information about font syncing will end up emailing other teams — not realizing that we’re the ones most equipped to help. With this change, our Help content is indexed with everyone else’s and as a result we’re much easier to reach from other corners of the “Adobe universe.”
Did you make any changes to the content?
Nope, we kept everything intact. We’ve also added in redirects, so if you have any of our help pages bookmarked, you’ll land in the right place. (Let us know if you happen to see anything out of place, though! We’ve checked and re-checked them, but it’s possible we missed one here or there.)
I’m not sure where to find the information I’m looking for. Can I just email you?
We’re always happy to hear from you! Get in touch anytime by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re still all the same people over here.